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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 August 1866

* T56gorn bo a ao ,a mmot the opinions, wi es, ea. ion s sentiments of the peonpes O e LO tp. In the absence of such 8an n,t l s.. leaf t ' bhmony of views and intentions, t s stutral to suppose atb ho wouid not hate. c been chosen govetno Thi~t,' certiiiy,' e ral rule; bat I is, like other.general f subject to exceptions more or l yr marked in their character. Presumed ex pedieney may cause its Ynodification in some cases; or erroneous impressions of the to Character ofa candidate may produce a is seeming violation in othir cases. It like- gi wisehappens,frequenttly,thtt panty revolu tions clxan e the h r..:o:iuous rela'ne ts which may have existed between a gover- P nor and the iuajority oT the ~eople whom he be is supposed to represent; but in such a ti edsean anticipation of recurrigu elections it is very apt to calm the public mpatience. at On the other baud, when a governor per- tr sistently and wilfully sets himself in op. ti position to the people who elected himt- ax when...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 8 August 1866

AIlelndria Advertisements. VNE.I)OORBELOW S. K. JOWHNSO OFFERS to the Public at tlhd ery; lb* pt prices, everything int his line, etsuch eas Dry Goods, S---roceries, . Shoes, Boots, Hate, Clothing, Tinware, Woodware, Plows, Axes, Harnes, Collars, Saddles, Etc.. Etc. Being an old Merchant of this Parish, he Is sure to be able to edit purchasers. January 10th, 1866, tf. SC. MI 3L JR. L CO., Whelesale and Retail G- P1t. 00 El "E S, -AND DEALwS IN- ' Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, F.ront iStreet, .Alerand.ria, La., HU'AVE opened at the old Drug Store of .LL r Orikshank & Ilynson a full, compjlete and well selected stock of GROOERIES, . QUORS, WINES, etc. etc., consisting in part of Flour, BSugars, Bacon, Lard, Ugar Cured Hams, Beef tongues, Gosheu and Western Butter, Rice, * Starch, Poiataes, Onions, lackerel, Salmon, Sardines, Herrings,. Can fruits of aklindse Preserves, . ellies, Jams, Fruits in their own juice, Essences for Pastry and COtetards. Oranberries; Wines, Brandi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 August 1866

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Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 August 1866

I IEXANTDRIA. A.. Wednesday...... Auguqt 1 , l --3. W" The Rev. A. L Hay is oarauthor ied aset fbr the Northern and Waeter Prihbas of the State. 1' Continued eomplaints reach ms ofthe non-reception of the Dem oerat at the different Post Offices to which it is mailed regularly. We are entirely non-plused by these complalnte and are sorry we cannot remedy them. We are particular in sending our packages to the Post Office, in this town, early eve ry Wednesday morning and annot follow them any further. Our pack age for Iloyd's Bridge of last issue has disappeare a~d cannot be heard of since it was placed in the office on Wednesday morning. A gentleman from that neighborhood on making enquiry for it at the Post Office here was told that it had not been sentthere, andwe had been so nformed by the clerk in the Post Office. This is news to us and in charity we must say that said clerk must.have dreamed so; for he certainly iever informed us of such a thing, nor has he seen us in ten days. ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 August 1866

M u Attorney (enen n San Mayor Monroe too th dent Naw OmLEsNs, August 3, 1866. fi&delleebQ PrIsident Andrew Johnson: b..-YoQIExCellency is already in pos session of the main facts as regards the eoipiocy, which, by reviving the Conveu tiof- 1864, purposed to subvert the civil tohinenat of Louisiana. An informal meetingof twenty-ninetnem bers-one hundred and fifty being the whole number, ard seventy-esx a quorum- ,.roceeded to depose the .President of the :'onvention, who considered the Conven tion itself extinct and himselffuncts oficio, and to elect R. K. I lowell as President pro tern. They adjonrned to meet again, and a proclamation wa. ibqa d by the Presi dent pro tem.,conrvening the Convention to meet on the 30th July last, and directing his Excellency the Governor of the State, to issue writs of election to fill the vacan cies. So far, the whole matter was looked upon as a harmless experiment, although mis chievously intended, the people being con fident that the Govern...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 15 August 1866

OQM DOOR "tWw S w . .JtiNSO,ý Fro'nt 3Street, OPPFEB to the Pablei at the very low it prices, everything in his liue, such as I'ry Goods, droceries, hboes, Boots, Hati, Clothing, Tinware, Woodware, lP4ews, fHames, Collars, Saddlles, Ete.. Ete. Being an old Merchant of this l'arish, he is ei to heab'e to shit purchasers. Jtuary 10;h, 1866. tt. I C. 11101, J1. CO., Wholesale and Retail C3 =;L ROCEl J S, -AND DEALERS IN $Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, T''rout Straeet, AleEaLn.cira, La,., AV opene:l at the old D)rug Store of Cruikshank & Ilynson un It , complete and well seleeted stuoc of GROt!ERIES. LQUIOiKS, WINEJ, etc.. etc., cousistig is. part of Flour, $uagtirs, Barn, .Lard. Suoar Cured Hams, Bel tongues, Uo'heu and Western Butter, Fie, Starch, Pouttaes, Ouiow&, Mtackiret, Balnon, Bardine', Herrines, Can trnit of all kindsa, Preserves, Jelli as, Jams, Fruits in their own .iice, E.ee'sea for Pastry and Cnatard-. Cranbirries: Winer, Brfmlkies. Brandy Fruits, Whiske...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 August 1866

- - ----------------- --- -~·-': .4 .. .-;'ji i s. `ý. ..ý .. ,,. , .«; a______f ., 3`J ... ..:ii=ýEs i": : fý ib ,:{t . 4'' M1 q4ýyj, ________ , <... .. k1 lit 4jýý F 'V}OL1 e V viINIIEo 1 ' AL3Xi · ALO _ _ _ _ _ 'UD E S ]· L VOLUME 21P.1' AL lis ]4 -2XrAN'IT. tN'A EID"NTE ý. I : - . . RaKRr3iýL _'ad ýý ý` ýý ý ,.#" THE,, IYFMOCIiAT is puhdisbec cee'kly, nt Five DoLtiE:' per anuum, ThIREE for. six nioitli , payable in ailvane. N q 'b h ib p tiou taken for a less lcriod than "- fix months. AonTIATSEMmTS ipsorteul it ,the £i.tcuaf $1 50)" rpýs'itaa for he first insertioia idd i5 Culuit for eacksulirquent one. 7:gi lt lines or less, coiistittit*p a 'quajte. -'The fol lowing are our rates io.yearly advoxtiem'a one, clilmn[l '`... .{.U 0 0 Half el/nmna. .. . T 0 Third of oolwu. ,.., ;, V :. IO . 1000 Fourtb of coun}....., 100 00 C tad .oceupyibSg ppate of .( t Oglnt:. o¬ m ri s 4i;s, c ýf;hrthank; 'e;h tc:, t pad. for as advertiaernedta.r reroniil cards, whelnIpli~dbr~.auilb h~ Od L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 August 1866

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: Wednesday......August 22, 1S66 8*The Rev. A. L. Hay is our author ized agent for the Northern and Western t'arishes of the State. Pianos. Some time since we published the tall swearing in the North and West concerning watches in mak ing returns of the income tax, but we have now to record better time In the Piano-forte line. The full re turns of 1865 are published and the amount of the last named instru ments given in on oath is only ,776 ! H-allelnjah! and scissors ! Just think of such damnable, infa mous, self-convicted liars! The tax paid on these is $7,744. In all sweet, Pilgrim New England there are only 48 of these instruments of harmony returned, . and Connecti cut and Rhode Island have not one! In poor, down-trodden Missouri 707 have been returned. As we are penning these few lines, we are handed a notice from Peter Conlin, U. S. Deputy Collector at this place, to which we invite attention and further com mend our Rapides folks to call at the office and sett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 August 1866

The New Orleante 0ot-l'e Radi oal Game, the Ibeaohment of President Johnson, Failing in Congress to carry out their revolutionary schemes of reconstraction, in consequence of the stout resistance of Pres ident Johnson, the baffled radicals have evidently resolved upon a system of bold and desperate expedients for the instigation of mobs and riots in the South, whereby to mlaintain their ascendancy among the Union war elements of the North. Southern *rebcl mobs " and riots against Yankees, Southern white Unionists and negroes are the very things now most urgently required and desired by Northern radicals for their electioneering purposes. How else can they satisfy the masses of the North that the late rebellious people of the South are as bitterly rebellions as ever, and as unfit to be trusted in the government as when Lee was pushing the columns of McClellen down the Chickahominy, or when Bragg was fulminating his proclamations in Ken tucky ? In this view, the Iron. Mr. Wlshburne, o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 22 August 1866

Alexandria AdvcrseraeFwls. ONiE OOR BELOW S.K. .JOHNSON Pron.t Street, OFFERS to the Public at the very low 9t prices, everything in his line, such as Ory Goods, . roceries, Shoes, Boots, Hats, Clothing. Tinware, Woodware, Flu ws, JIarnmes, Collars, Saddles, Etc.. EUe. Being an old Merchant of this Fa" sh, he Is sure to besible to shit purchasers. lanuary 10th, 18(36, tf. I. C. HYISON, JR. & CO., Wholesale and Retail GRI . OO E*L S S, --AND DEALEIS II FIancy Groceries, Boat and Bar Stores, E'ronazt ýtroeo, Aexlandria, La,, HIAIFVE openeJ at the old ])rug Store o C.L Cruikshank & ilynson a full, complete antl well selected stuck of GROCiERIES, LIQUO0RS, WIN£4, etc.etc., consisting in part of. Flour, "."Bacon, Lard, ,lugar, Cured . ams, ' i Lee tongues, Uo. hen and Western n..... inttr, Mjce, Starch, Po Dios, Mack , ' ' Salmon, Sarllne; Herrings, .CUh fruits of all kinds, Preserves, ! Jellies, .J . Jams, Fruits inu their £ rn jicoe, ,;-,,ii .· . . Essonc .sfor .Pastry and ....

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 August 1866

·.ý -. 1 ' ' - .+4! .'· i"* pa ····r'-'. ''I P· 1. ý k S "", ý' ri"H "a}, t S i y i ,: · . AL AL -o t- X. 7 T E ER. tS: Tnu DanocuAT is published weekly, at Frs DoLLas per anum, Tanza for six months, payable in advance. No subscrip tion taken for a less period than six months. ADvarEEsIuS r8inserted at the rate of $1 50 rFu SQuAll for the first insertion and 75 Carrs for each subsequent one. Eight lines orless, constitute a square. The fol lowing are our rates to yenrly advertisers: One column....... ........$300 00 i'Half column................... 175 00 Third of column................ 130 00 Fourth of column............ 100 00 C4eds, (occupying space of eight itnes, or less,) ................. 20 00 9 Obituary notices, marriages, pubic meet nos, cards of thanks, etc., to be paid for as ad*drtisements. Personal cards, when admissible,charged double the usual advertisements. 'Our Children A child f rn ino take the germ and ulAke it. A bud of iidral beauty. Let the dews Of knowledge,...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 August 1866

ALEXANDRIA, LA.: Wednesday..... ... gust 29, 1866 WANTED. i A good washer ai iron(, f* wmhic liberal wages will b-givei Mjply at this office. Ag. "29 Itt. dMt. Lebannon ema 'College. In another column will be found the an 4louncement of this excellent school for the education of young ladies, The Board of Trustees has lieen so fortunate as to induce the venerable Dr. Bartholomew Egan to acept the Prasidency of the institution. The grestilearbibg of Dr. Egan, his devo tion to the cqee oa tiut,.nd ,ancdia piot ielied maniers eminently fit him for the bead of an institution intended for the lite rary oturao of the danghters of the 86ath. Be has associated with him an able corps of coadjutoru,,a'oirg wh6m we observe the name of fa r daughter of our own Parish. The.,College will, we doubt not, receive , n the people of the etat that patron Jue JM st rkyduwyte pas. eg ' hate' tie noat utraordinary aul 'tsite;fs s pell= of weather to re eord Bu-the soen days. During the whose of tiht and e...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 August 1866

-[P BnLc- No.18 ,] AN ACT to protect the rea nqe oan for other purposes. Be it enacted by the &a,,and milauae of Represeritatives of tie '*iMl it&1s r Aimerica in ConqgrcS, assembled, That from andafter the 0Ith day rfAnguet, in lien of the dities now i mtposeiby Ja 8 the article mentioned and embracd 'i tis' section, there shall be levied, opilected and pid, on all goods, wares and merchandise imported from foreign countries, the daties heretofore [hereinafter] provided, vin: , On cirgars, cigaretts and cberoot ' of all kinds, three dollars per pound, snd, iadi tion thereto, atly per centum ad saloroam: Provided, That paper. cigars and Cigarettes, including wrappers,, shall be subjected.to, the same duties as are herein imposed upon cigars:; A4I 'providsd further, That on and after the lt day 'of Auust 18668,,no cigars shall be imaported unless the same are packed in boates pf notmore than five hndred. eiaurs-in eaeh-box; and no 'entry of imported cigar3stall be -allowed of...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 29 August 1866

a Sit~mevyt4mi ~hi sash a "r~lý to the4 : e~i ýraes, ree ,ar e , Wý1*oodware, 'Axes, Aft. Fitt ~eiflff n old Merohant of thisi Pirinh, 1L b h to be aI to *~it purcheeurr& V'aW.v e uafe Vr. Stoor of 'y,ý- ftlrov ýyuee plte Wastes 2' f tht t!ý, ý th 1~~~ . dx I'' '81iU~t Y1oba dbshp Plsh :Luek er~ ~S'it aewm iJ fO 'Bi ~bigstd meaitF1~ ·ad lo ~7I· I. r --*&p. : I·:~"' 3brt ~i. ag e irr cCY~ ' I?(.i~8 4~o +'ý.[. fig .y ". .:f ir if.` , .ri.ýý:ý sAA~ LoV A te t6ple preu~ito infonn la fri 4du ani:tba(11epor toat'-bepchasnd thole ge new and commQdloue" OV A,. RchaI, auwie he l a pa.epae to~ cer9ufred eli f :: .ottsiel Su Mde.s And 6thm altetsa of conuigo Hei aC SoPuetle complete alt,' 'y'iaeg :: Oa Pt~l~l~ St!E*~f hbat door~ to S. t Breete., Ie wille Oa handtlway, uei. QP1be9 tg*Wotuiasau ·CoI ·~uu) Oadt 4? Whiskey, Vinegs Bran, y,,. -·'~ r vrs.; ,·· ..Etc " DAQG!NG AND ROP~.. `an r a ~ Pr'ce Fa for Q po· o1 Alexandria, Le.; 3"Anuary 10, '66, tt. A :l eot tib o :: MSkaudtia, o13. M...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 September 1866

-~~~~~~~4 -ý . 4a ~ fAý ~i 1y, w. lilt'.; 'I.· E.~~i R. BIOSAT TIrJ W~t .· IS GQt~TE~ ~O' 9 I . M.4 Pik, j' :I· "; I~··~·lla-f r t - ý2 ', q .E` ý f f "i tE fA~¢'{'^ i;A1 ( ,y M1 gý# F ri . , O '; ý" F.. t . b;' ; a t F S . ýiEk fý ýr r , f'-'. F 'rj 4 ' t^ 1 1 .4 . ( . - - ý , 'i; !Y `. siC }ý k ýP. .ý +i+ .:wi. .~hi.I :y·,:., .. .·"it :wJl ",r i ýiiFj~"-j-i·a~ ·~t4 ..ý . > ý'" 'ýý . ,`S S? . i } ! , ý '. + ' . ý "at . -tti. p t f: } ý . 3 T'iE DEMOCRAT is published weekly, at FivR DOLLtAs per annum1 Tunis for six months, payable in advaiice. No su'crip tion taken for a less perlod than sit months. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the rate of $1 50 PER SQUARE for tho fiirsinsertion.and 75 C.irs for each subhiequent one. Eight lines or less, constitute a square., The.fol lowing aie our rates to yearly advertisers: One columi... . ......* 300 00 Half column,............. *, 175$ 00. Third of colunits.............. 130 00 Fourth of column........... ... 10 00 Cards, (occupying space of e...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 September 1866

AL1EXAINDRTA. tA.: lVednesday... Septemrber 5, 19606. The First Fruits. "o, We observe that the Democr.tic State us :entral Committee of New York, and th- pa Johnson Republican Committee, have uni- pa ted in a cidl for a Union Conxention to el0 isiomjnate 0 common- State. ticket of the -u flends of the administration to be sup- ex ported at the election in November. The an leading papers of both parties are recom- mi msendieg that the same thing be done in the Ci several Congressional districts, and that th' every effort be put fa:ith to carry a majority Ii of the Cobgressional delegation. This is y what we have suggested from the first. We or are glad to observe that the action tf the an ' idelphia Convent~lh is already telling ,la en the country, and that efforts are making wI to bring forth substantial results from its Ico reoommedations. By proper exertions wt there' ml he no difficrlty in securing a an n$ioriQl, :of the Congressmen from the da Northern. States. on efore 4he ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 September 1866

Henry A. Wise on the Destruction of Slavery. Thu following is a reparkable pas~ sage from a late speech- of flenty A. Wise: - Slavery wits - weakness if -nt a wickedness--- wickedness because, a weakness--to which I am -not willing ever to expose my descendants, for of a humiliation like that to yie Ih have been subjected. I praise. iGt daily for my deliverance fromn bath its n-oeg-r-d-o-m and its 4-i-g-gc-d o-m -very significant words which are of very different meanings, illustratedby the scenes and events of the passing hsur. But the emancipation of the ne. gro. in the South has been sudden,' shocking, harsh and inhuman in thej extreme, to both master and servant, to both races, white and black-wan- t tonly cruel to the 't; naiter, and crushing to the black fi'eediin. IIe is ow a freedman, but without a-fi id. , But he is a freedman, , I am ow free ~ of responsibility for his .care and cmm fort, and, I repes, I ash content. I honor the negro for his exemplary con duct during the...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 5 September 1866

Alexandria Advertiseseat', ONE DOOR BELOW S. K. JOHNSON ]Front Streets OFFERS to the Public at the very low £t prices, everything in his line, such as ri Goods, 'Boots, Hatr, Clothing, Tinware, Woodware; Plows, Collars, i Saddles, 'Etc., Etc. Being an old Merchant of this Parish, he Gsa sure to be able to sait purchbasers. January 10th, 1866, tf. L. C. HK lII, JI. & I., Wholesale and Retail G-r 1 O aEl nE xv , O---x Q5SES IN- - Fancy Groceries, Boat and Bar *Stores, i'rOnt 8tz'eet, .A.lexan.dcri&, La., [..VI I oped"ei il ltheOiM Drng Store of .LL -Croikahank & HyII _ full, complete and well selectcd stoc .k ORIBES,. .lQUORS, WINES, eta'c., mi asting in part of Flour, Sugars, Bacon, 'Lard, .ý. 8ugar Cured flams, BBef tongaes, Gohbeh land Western Butter, 'Rice, Starch, Polataes, 'Onions, Sallmon, . Sardipe, . Berrings, Canfrnits . ' of ll kindde, ' Preserves, Jellies, *'Jaml. "Fruits. in ti* own juice, Essences for Pastry and aOstards. OCranberies; .Wines, Brandies, Brandy...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 September 1866

* . ~ *.* ..... ... ... . . . ...-ml t- .. ..... -; 1  , ,: :    - :  : ; ° ! :  + :   : a"-, . F HY ýW f~ ,t .. VOLUME 22. } t l t LE):RJA, LOUISIANA, WEDNES XY, S:{M't; + I .. ".. '. : l - " +'. . . L " . ..   !i .' . . .........: "   - :r . . .... . .. . ..  . .-  ....+,.., . ...++ .. .... .. ... ... l m r+ .......t . . ... ....... . .. ... .... ............. ,-,,- omm no~ m m ,a n mu m m m nul  n : II mm mil mnuli m n'- nu m l m • I I '"" .... "  ... " "' :... ( i' :- :... +" ++- + : . .. "++%o++:++- . . .. - " + +':" + T yE 2, 1V 8 : " THE tEMocraT is published weekly, at Fivi DOLLARS per annum; Tuana for, six months, payable in advance. Nosuebserlp tion taken for a less period thasi six months. ADVERTIBEMENTS inserted at the i'ate of $1 0, rsP SQUARE for the first isertion and 75 CEwrs for each subseqdent one. Eight, lines or less, constitute E square. The fol lowing are our rates i. yearly adertisers: One column............. . 400. Half colunmn....

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisiana Democrat. — 12 September 1866

ALEXANDRIA. LA.: WVednesday. .September 12, 1866. Building Lots for Sale, in our advertising columns all searchers for good building lots will find something to gratify them. Nine lots have been mapped out of the front of the old Ogden plantation, nearest to town, so spacious that ample. room will be left after the pur chaser shall have subdivided them five or six-times. Our Town is rising from her ashes rapidly. Neither Yankee burnings nor old Red's flood has been able, to dam pen the energy of our people. Ilitherto the town could not extend because it was surrounded 'by plantations. This sale is the first attempt made to enlarge our pro portions. t~ We have-received from Van Ev tie, Horton & Co., Publishers and Edi tors of that sterling, white man's Jour pl~ Thel New -ork Day-Book, a copy of their "Youth's History of the Great Ci4Wa.'." v We desire tocall particu lar ttention to this book and enjoin all p ents no .tofal to purchase' a copy and pl.ft Ohi. the bands of their o...

Publication Title: Louisiana Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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